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  1. Explain the nature and scope of cannel management NCSCOS 4.08 A

  2. What is channel management?Who are its members? • The process of balancing allocation of product inventory and pricing across distribution channels. • Channel members are anyone involved in the channel management process

  3. How do channel members add value? • Business use intermediaries to move their merchandise through the country and the world • The use of intermediaries results from their greater efficiency in making goods available to target markets • Offers the firm more than it can achieve on its own through the intermediaries

  4. What are channel functions?

  5. Group 1 – Manufacturer • Marketing • Packaging • Financing • Group 2 - Wholesaler • Storage • Delivery • Group 3 – Retailer • Merchandising • Personal Selling Channel market tasks The tasks are handled by different groups

  6. When will a channel be most effective? • When each member is assigned tasks it can do the best • All members cooperate to attain overall channel goals

  7. What is the difference between horizontal and vertical conflict? • Horizontal Conflict • Occurs among firms at the same level of the channel (ex. Retailer to retailer) • Vertical Conflict • Occurs between different levels of the same channel (ex. Wholesaler to retailer)

  8. Channel management decisions • Selecting Channel Members • Identify characteristics that distinguish the best channel members • Managing and Motivating Channel Members • Partner relationship management (PRM) is key • Evaluating Channel Members • Performance should be checked against standards

  9. Channel management decisions • Analyze Consumer Needs • Set Channel Objectives • Identify Major Alternatives • Types of intermediaries • Number of intermediaries • Responsibility of intermediaries

  10. Channel management in a nut shell • The customer is the puzzle. You need to work with people to put the puzzle together to give the customer what they want.